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I read of "Glamping" (glorified camping) in Jackson Hole, WY. I heard Yurts were in state parks. My husband said find a quiet place to just sit after 10 days constant vacation. I found StoneWind. I called 2 weeks ago. Took a few calls to...More
Had a great time at StoneWind Retreat!!! Great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of life! You have everything you need inside of the yurt and you can make it your home away from home. I was a little nervous about the...More
My husband and I went to get away for the weekend. It was amazing! So private and quiet! Beautiful scenery. We took our own food and cooked out. There wasn't a whole lot of stores nearby. It was very nice and we are planning a...More
My fiancé and I got to go on a last minute trip to get away from wedding planning and our toddler for the evening. I called and told the first lady that we were interested in looking into a room for the night. She said...More
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Response from StoneWind, Owner at StoneWind RetreatResponded 2 April 2017
We always work to be polite to those who call us--and to our Guests, the vast majority of whom are wonderful. So I am extremely sorry this person felt she was treated rudely in her very short conversation with our Front Desk. No doubt we...More
for my hubbies birthday we decided to spend a weekend in a yurt. so we called it his "Yurt-day" celebration. this place was amazing. "glamping" at its best. the staff is excellent and the view from our private hot tub was peaceful and beautiful. we...More
Response from StoneWind | Property representative |
The road to the top of the mountain is gravel and it is very steep, with occasional roughness in places depending on how much rain we have had. We regularly have a man grade the roads to smooth out the ruts and repair the... More
The road to the top of the mountain is gravel and it is very steep, with occasional roughness in places depending on how much rain we have had. We regularly have a man grade the roads to smooth out the ruts and repair the surface, particularly after a rain. But the roads are passable in small cars all the time, and many of our guests drive small cars. I drive a Dodge Caravan everyday on the roads (sometimes faster than I should), and I have no problems. The key in a small or low slung car is to drive slowly and carefully rather than too quickly. As to motorcycles, loose gravel plus steep inclines are dangerous situations for motorcycles where they are not dangerous for cars.